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Jetset Plumbing are your local plumbers in Runaway Bay. We specialise in both residential and commercial plumbing.
Servicing customers across the Gold Coast and South-East Queensland for over 20 years, you can always rely on us to deliver a professional and affordable service.
Our plumbing services are provided to real estate agents, home owners, tenants, retail outlets, restaurants and factories.
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Need a plumber? Give us a call today on 1800 443 996 and our team will help you out with one of our experienced plumbers.
The postcode of Runaway Bay is 4216.
Runaway Bay is 7 km N of Southport, 11 km N of Surfers Paradise and 71 km SE of Brisbane.
Runaway Bay is a suburb on the Gold Coast. The neighborhood of Anglers Paradise is situated within Runaway Bay. It is the southern area of Runaway Bay.
Runaway Bay Shopping Village is the main shopping center in the suburb. Harbour Town is located nearby.
Runaway Bay is also home to the Runaway Bay Junior Rugby League Club.
Runaway Bay residents need a reliable and trustworthy tradesman to ensure the integrity of their suburb. Using state-of-the-art technology to solve your problems fast, you can be assured that when you book an appointment with Jetset Plumbing, you will be guaranteed of 100% satisfisfaction with the quality of service. Give us a call on 1800 443 996 today!
In the east, Runaway Bay's boundaries extend into the Gold Coast Broadwater.
Suburbs around Runaway Bay include Coombabah, Hollywell and Biggera Waters.
Runaway Bay has facilities such as the Runaway Bay Police Station, Runaway Bay Ambulance Station and SES.
Natural amenities within Runaway Bay include Pine Ridge Conservation Park and numerous other parks.
There are two boat ramps in Runaway Bay, both managed by the Gold Coast City Council.
Last updated: 15 May 2021